You don't want ISDN. A single ISDN line is only 64K and if you don't use a separate line for the ISDN, you interrupt your normal phone service. To get faster ISDN, you have to put in two lines at X$ per month. If you later switch to DSL and want to use your ISDN line(s) for that, you're still paying for an extra line (in my case I was paying for two ISDN lines). If you use DSL, you can use your regular phone line, have a full time connection and not disrupt your regular telephone, requires filters to be plugged in on all the regular phone jacks in use. Skip the ISDN and go straight for DSL. The other option is cable. Do not use satelite, you still have to use the phone line (read that as install another line or interrupt what you have) for uploading.
Don't do it. Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] <<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>> On Saturday 04 September 2004 04:53 pm, Evan Sayer wrote: > Hello- > My new house is currently being built, and I am wondering if I > should install an ISDN jack now so that the SBC people don't have > to do it once the walls are up and I actually want an ISDN > connection. What do the people who install it have to do to get > is upstairs when they install it, is it difficult? How is an > ISDN line added, and can I do it myself? Thanks. > -- _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"